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The answer is yes
. By "good source" to read cases online I assume free
. There are several good caselaw libraries, but they are not free, such as:
However, they bill you for the information. A free
resource that is almost as good (better at searches, but a little less in Shepardizing) is Google Scholar
Choose the courts you want and click DONE on top, and then enter search terms for excellent results, and, history on the case, as well as when it was mentioned by other cases and how.
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